Mystery Bag - Escape The City
(Re)discover Brussels through this perfect mix of a treasure hunt and Escape Game!
In teams of 2 to 6 people, with friends, family members (from 10 years old) or as a team building exercise, resolve mysteries, unveil the secrets of the town and undo the pockets of your mystery bag.
This original concept takes you on adventure that mixes a cultural and touristic visit to the town with escape games. There are two adventures available: seeing the surroundings of the Grand Place or the Mont des Arts, in a way that’s new and fun.
Recyclart is at the crossroads of artistic programming and social economy. After its forced departure from Brussels Kapellekerk station in 2018, Recyclart was offered an old site in the Molenbeek Canal Zone by the Brussels-Capital Region. In this former printing house, the organization built an event space and bar with an industrial look, a vegetarian restaurant, and their offices in record time in 2019. In 2020, the wood and metal workshops will also be housed on the site. The large courtyard forms a connecting element between those different spaces and a wonderful summer afternoon outing. The general public was welcomed for the first time during the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in May 2019. Since then concerts, night events, lectures and exhibitions have been taking place every week.
Koezio Brussels, an indoor leisure concept that is unique in Europe, welcomes you to a team adventure park of more than 5,000m² and plunges you into the fascinating universe of a training centre for special agents. Koezio Brussels is THE game of team Adventure “with added Human value” and offers you a one-off experience and emotions that go with it: team spirit, action, reflection, strategy, humour, self-confidence, mutual understanding, surpassing yourself...Koezio Brussels offers a unique mission that can be shared as a family, with friends or colleagues. It’s perfect for an outing, an anniversary, a stag or hen party, or a team building exercise. At a time when individualism is more and more relevant, Koezio Brussels is aimed at creating a social connection through the game by: - developing team cohesion and spirit - developing confidence in yourself and others - encouraging cooperation through challenges that depend on people’s individual qualities succeeding together
The brand new MigratieMuseumMigration has opened on 12 October 2019. This unique project gives a permanent home to the stories of the first generation of guest workers, of the expats, the war refugees, the Europeans who move freely within the EU and many others. It is a warm environment where visitors can discover Brussels and the lives of others through memories and souvenirs. Above all, it is a museum with plenty of room for everyone to share his or her personal story. This way, the 184 nationalities living together in Brussels all get their spot in the limelight. The MigratieMuseumMigration consists of a ground floor where visitors can meet and talk about their experiences. One can find he permanent exhibition on the first floor and an exhibition about the current refugee crisis on the second floor. An artistic route connects the street with the garden via the courtyard
Palace is a new cinema complex in the very heart of Brussels: at the pedestrian junction, in the Dutch-speaking district, in the multicultural Lemonnier neighbourhood, on the Boulevard Anspach, in the touristic area of the Stock Exchange and the Grand’Place. Palace aims to offer a rich and eclectic programme of films, reflecting the people who live in that district. THE CINEMA AS A LINK Palace aims to exploit its geographical position. As a link between the different districts in central Brussels, the building has three different entrances: on Boulevard Anspach, Borgval and rue Van Praet. The many vibes and flavours mean it can contribute to the cultural dynamism and culinary scene that surrounds it. A PLACE OF MANY POSSIBILITIES Palace has three main points of focus: the cinema itself, a restaurant and meeting and reception areas. It’s a complex with a fun and educational appeal. With its four cinema screens (one of which can seat 373 people, perfect for hosting events), Palace can easily accommodate the requirements of its partners who want to screen their film or series, be it a preview or a private event. Openness and exchange, the driving values behind our complex, are also at the heart of our culinary offering, with options on several levels: On the ground floor, on the rue Van Praet side, a bar with a capacity for a hundred covers.
Bruxelles ma belle
For the past 27 years, the walking club “la Bruegelienne” has organised an international walk of 12 or 16 km around Brussels. We cover the most beautiful sites Brussels has to offer (Royal Palace, European Commission, Grand Place and the Manneken Pis...). The aim of Brussels ma Belle is to explore Brussels in a pleasant and original way at a very reasonable price for each participant (1 euro)
Bruegel and his Marolles - guided tours
As part of the 2019 Bruegel-themed year, our non-profit organisation - thanks to the support of the Brussels-Capital Region - set up free tours for individuals throughout the year. These visits on fixed dates allowed Brussels residents, tourists and families alike to enjoy a guided tour that showcased Bruegel and the part the Marolles neighbourhood played in his life. We set up tours every Wednesday, with bilingual French and English tours on even Wednesdays and bilingual French and Dutch tours on odd Wednesdays. Such cultural events promote our heritage and help you discover and appreciate it.
Maison de la Poste (by Tour & Taxis Venues)
In 2019, Maison de la Poste has been metamorphosed into an inspiring event venue where guests from all over the world meet to share ideas and to create stories. MAKEOVER OF A HISTORICAL INDUSTRIAL GEM Maison de la Poste is a main venue on the Tour & Taxis site, a complete makeover of late 19th- century shipping and customs warehouses and goods train station. Tour & Taxis is a major sustainable project, a pedestrian city within a city, designed for the future with the charm of the past. It is providing local and international visitors and residents with a friendly environment in which to live, work, entertain and meet. BEYOND THE HERITAGE VENUE… Maison de la Poste, with its breathtaking iconic historic architecture, now offers 15 event rooms renovated to the highest standards. Five are decorated by international designers, whose expert combinations of old and new set a new benchmark for event venues. Our strength lies in our raison d’être, which is to make a difference globally and locally: we’re gathering, we’re glocal, we’re sustainable.